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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 26, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 33 Jumping Joe Joe Carlisle, 13, of Santa Barbara, Calif., is the world's champion pogo stick at least he believes he is. Joe set a new world record of hops last week, surpassing the record set not long ago by someone whose name has already been lost in history. WeeWhimsy be sent the original art lor his quoie Send your child's quotation io_this paper Calendar FOR YOUR FURS FURS CLEANED] ESfORE INSURED PUR STORAGE NEW YORK FURSj 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 The Lethbridge Kiwanis Club of Green Acres will meet at p.m. Monday at Dieppe Hall, A.N. A.F. Veterans Club. Dale Taylor of Comprehensive Community Services, will speak on Citizen Advocacy. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the Correction i The following are corrections on results published for the Lethbridge and District Kiwams Music Festival. Girls' Folk Song Solo: Laura Sterenberg of Lethbridge, 2nd. Sacred Solo: Linda Cole, 84. Concerto Class: 19 years and under: Margaret Foster, 97. The ATA Janet Macleod Memorial Shield was awarded to Wilson Junior High School for best school choruses. regular dance at p.m. Saturday in Southminster Hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a pie. A National Film Board series of eight films on working women will be shown at p.m. Tuesday at the Lethbridge Public Library. The films are now available for public use. A series of films on Japan, on loan from the Japanese consulate, will be shown at 7'30 tonight at the Lethbridge Public Library. The films focus on agriculture, the education system and Mount Fugi. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until Won) LETHBRIDGE fLKS LODGE ROOM (UplUlrt) EVERY The newest name in Summer Comfort "PAMPERS" Pamper your (eet in a pair of these sandals from Braz- tan or white all leath- er, with natural Crepe Sole_ Ste, too, other ttylei in Deck Shoes All sizes lor ladies in navy "Bare Traps" The latest rage lor sum- mer in white or brown- similar styles for misses "Shoulder Are a must with the teen and campus crowd All colors From Tender Tootsies In a host ot colors. True Slipper comfort. True Slipper Comfort "New Overture" by Joyce In white, navy, red. and black J; crinkle patent wet look. AAAA, i AAA, AA and B widths Sizes lo or white rilARGKXI Open Friday til 9 p.m. Camm's Shoes 403-5th Street South HELEN MacKENZIE Iras club executive installed The Daughters of the Nile, Iras Club No. 4, have elected Helen MacKenzie as president for the coming term. Other officers include Peggy McKay, vice- president; Jean lanson, secretary and Nancy King, treasurer. Ann Landers Zellers SATURDAY Dear Ann Landers: This morning I got so steamed up when I read your column, I HAD to write. I refer to the dumbell who was concerned about the patient who took the roll of adhesive tape home from the hospital she called Let me tell you if the patient had the tape in her room, she was billed for it, and had every right to take it home. I am not standing up for people who take bed linen, holy pictures, furniture, pillows, and anything that isn't nailed down But if you want to get to the heart of the stealing problem, not only in hospitals but in supermarkets, offices and manufacturing plants, you'd be shocked to learn how much of it is done by the employees. They have access to supply rooms and boy. do they haul away plenty! Sign Me Eyewitness Dear Eye: I decided to check your facts with an authority, so I phoned a friend of mine on the West Coast (who prefers to remain Director of Fiscal Services of one of the country's finest hospitals. This is what he said: Dear Ann Landers: Patients are billed for, and are therefore entitled to take home, partly used rolls of adhesive tape, bandages, mouthwash, etc. Furniture, bed linens, crucifixes and pictures however, are not in this category. Hospitals share the problems of hotels and motels, retail and wholesale stores in that employes as well as customers often pilfer products for their own use. Obviously, many factors motivate people to steal, whether they are customers, patients, or employees. Inflation and the rising cost of living are making the pilfering problems worse. Unfortunately, this produces a vicious cycle, forcing costs up even further. In the case of hospitals, many of which are operated on a nonprofit basis, cost increases must be passed along to future patients. Hospitals have been under tremendous pressure from the government and the public to cut costs. The best place to start is by educating the public to the fact that when they pilfer, they are, in the long run. going to pay for whatever they steal. Sincerely Experienced In The Fieid Dear Ex: Many thanks for telling it like it is. People who lift things should be aware that they are going to pay for it eventually. Dear Ann Landers: I am a male freshman, age 18, attending a liberal school in the East, and I do not believe in premarital sex. I base this on reasons that have to do with my own personal philosophy, plus the fact that I have four lovely sisters. Whenever I return to the dorm after a date with a chick, the first question I get from any one of 10 or 12 guys is, "Did you I don't want to look like a square (or a but I am not comfortable ajout cutting the guys in on my views on sex before marriage. Please come up with a tactful and noncommittal response, funny it possible. S.O.S. From Stonybrook Dear S.O.S.: Skip the funny stuff and answer the question directly: None of your business. You make no commitment, tell no lies and you give the clods a solid statement of fact, because it IS none of their business. Dear Ann Landers: I just became aware of a situation that I thought happened only is soap operas. My mother has a thing going with my lather in law They don't have the faintest notion that anyone is aware of it. I am not sitting in judgement, Ann I'm just numb from the shock. Should I confront my mother with the facts, or pretend they don't exist? Your advice will be greatly appreciated. Zapped Dear Z: Confronting your mother will serve no useful purpose. There would be denials and accusations, followed by icicles and estrangement. Look the other way and keep vour mouth shut. FRAN RUDE Sorority elects officers Sigma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held an installation of officers for the coming term with Fran Rude elected president. Other executives members include Maddie Kinniburgh, vice-president; Jo-Anne Johnston, secretary and Doreen Martin, treasurer. Representatives to the Beta Sigma Phi City Council are Kathleen Thompson and Doreen Martin. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th Strand 6th Ave. N. Friday, April o'clock 4th and 8th in 7 5 CARDS FOR OR 25e EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT IN 51 NOS. LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH SS4 WEEKLY DRAW WORTH 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE Pcrtoni Under 16 Vain Not Allowed by ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB F.O.E. DANCE Friday, April 26 p.m. at the Eagles Hall MUSIC BY THE "MOONGLOWS" Members and Invited Guests Lethbridge District Exhibition RACE MEETS JUNE3-15th JULY 15-20th PARI-MUTUEL PERSONNEL REQUIRED Apply: SPECIAL OCCASION SHOPPE COLLEGE MALL SUPER SAVERS Merchandiee on Sale Friday, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and all day Saturday m. to 6 p.m. LIMITED QUANTITIES SKILLET RESTAURANT EARLY BIRD BREAKFAST DINNER SOUP Egg Salad Sandwich and Beverage Each 95 LONG PLAY BEMUDS Each 45 r.p.m. Records 20 lor MISSES' SHIRT -Long sleeve. Cotton and polyester. EACH 6 96 LADIES'FLORAL HALF SLIP -Size S.M.L. EACH 2 27 BOYS' PANT or JACKET -100% cotton. Size 8-16. EACH 4 88 FURNITURE THROW Floral and plain Assorted sizes. NOW MISSES' 300 -Short sleeve. SizeS.M.L. EACH MISSES' FLARE JEANS -Sizes 7-15. PAIR 4 96 BIG BIG BUY YARN -4 oz. 4 ply EACH 88 MARVEL SHOTS -Twin and double. Yellow only. EACH 5 00 BATH MAT SETS -2 pc. set. Polyester and rayon. SET 5 96 DOOR BUSTER SPECIAL SUBSTANDARD CRIMPKNIT -60" wide............................. Yard M 1 96 CHARCOAL BRIQUETS -20 Ib. bag. EACH 1 50 FERTILIZER -16-20-0 50 Ib. BAG 3 44 WOMEN'S T-SHIRTS -Short sleeves. Sizes 38-44. EACH 4 46 LADIES' LOAFERS -Sizes 5-9. PAIR 4 44 COOLER CHEST Imp. quarts EACH 24 88 MISSES' JAMAICA SHORTS -Sizes S.M.L. Assorted colors. PAIR 3 46 MISSES' BIKINI and BRIEFS -Sizes S.M.L. EACH 67 MEN'S TERRY T-SHIRTS -Sizes S.M.L. EACH 2 88 CIGARETTES and Regular 200's. Limit of 2 per customer. CARTON 4 66 GIRLS'and BOYS' HI-RISE BICYCLES -20" frame Banana seat..... 49 88 SWING SETS -2 swings Glider SET 19 88 ZELCO LANCER LAWN MOWER 20" blade. EACH 79 88 NORTHWESTER GOLF CLUBS -5 irons, 2 woods Reg. SET......... 49 88 DELUXE LOUNGER -3 position. EACH 24" MMCQUE -Hood spit and motor. EACH 17 88 Zellers County Fair Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Telephone 328-8171. ;